The suspect, who was shot and killed, tried to blend in with Palestinian day workers before opening fire on border police

Three Israelis Killed in Attack on Jewish Town in West Bank


Hezbollah has emerged from the Syrian conflict stronger than ever, but its newfound popularity in Lebanon leaves the region less stable

Hezbollah’s New Strength Leaves Israeli Border Tense


Hezbollah has emerged from the Syrian conflict stronger than ever, but its newfound popularity in Lebanon leaves the region less stable

Powerful Militant Group Leaves Israeli Border Tense


Mitchell Flint, a former Navy pilot who was one of the original members of the Israeli Air Force's first fighter squadron and helped train others, has died

U.S. Aviator Who Helped Form Israeli Air Force Dies at 94


Kushner met with the Israeli Prime Minister Thursday Mideast peace talks amid signs of growing Palestinian impatience with a lack of progress so far

Kushner Meets With Netanyahu to Revive Mideast Peace Push


The government has opposed Al Jazeera for years, claiming it broadcasts biased coverage of conflicts and violence involving Israeli and Palestinian territories

Why Israel Is Trying to Ban Arab TV Station Al Jazeera


As the Marguiles family fled Nazi Germany in 1939, they refused to leave behind their beloved piano, on which their two sons had learnt to play

Family Piano That Survived Holocaust Joins Israel Museum


Israel removes controversial metal detectors from holy site entrance

Israel Removes Metal Detectors From Holy Site Entrance


A shooting at the Israeli Embassy in Amman Sunday has prompted concerns that the Temple Mount crisis in Jerusalem might exacerbate Israeli-Jordanian tensions

Is Temple Mount Crisis Spilling Over Into Jordan?


Israel has set up various new security measures last week after Arab gunmen opened fire from the shrine, killing two Israeli policemen

Israel Installs Cameras at Holy Site Amid flaring Tensions With Muslims Worshippers